Pakistan Badminton Players List
Pakistan is a country located in southern Asia. The official name of the country is the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Pakistan has a population of over 207 million people, making it the sixth most populous country in the world.
The official language of Pakistan is Urdu, but English and Punjabi are also widely spoken. The sport of badminton originated in India, and it is now one of the most popular sports in Pakistan. Badminton is a racquet sport played using rackets to hit a shuttlecock back and forth across a net.
A game can be singles (one player per side) or doubles (two players per side). Badminton is governed by the Badminton World Federation (BWF), and Pakistan is a member nation. There are several badminton clubs and associations across Pakistan, as well as many tournaments held throughout the year at both the national and international level.
Some of the leading Pakistani badminton players include: 1) Aamir Atlas Khan: Aamir Atlas Khan is a professional badminton player from Lahore, Punjab province. He started playing badminton at age 10, and he turned professional in 2009.
To date, he has won 19 international titles including 4 Grand Prix gold medals and 2 Syed Modi International Badminton Championships titles. In 2015, he reached his career-high world ranking of 37th place. 2) Sohaila Abbas: Sohaila Abbas is a former professional badminton player from Karachi, Sindh province who currently serves as President of the Sindh Badminton Association.
He started playing badminton at age 11, and he turned professional in 1988. During his career, he won numerous international titles including 4 Asian Games gold medals and 1 Thomas Cup title (with Pakistan). He retired from competitive play in 2006, but he still remains active in promoting and developing badminton IN PAKISTAN through his work with various organizations including the SBF.